We end, and I think it’s very satisfying, but Ari is facing a very serious conundrum that could possibly very organically lead to a movie, or not.”
Movie trailer for the Entourage series “Medellin” starring Vincent Chase as Pablo Escobar.
Despite recently released information by Jeremy Piven, it appears there may be a little less crediblility behind his confirmation of an Entourage movie than we originally thought. During a recent Late Night appearance, Piven stated that an Entourage movie was “commissioned”.
It seems there’s a little more to it than that. Shortly following his Late Night appearance, Piven seemed to take back his words while on ‘The Talk’. Jeremy was optimistic but vague while talking about the potential Entourage Movie. Without giving true confirmation, Piven responded that it should remain a rumor for now, but things are looking good.
Seems like there is still some red tape to work through for the movie’s producers…
Earlier this month on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jeremy Piven finally put to rest some uneasiness with confirmation that long-debated Entourage movie has been “commissioned”. Though Piven has un-officially announce the go-ahead, there has still been swirling speculation that surrounds the major players involved in making the feature film happen. Though we would likely rather hear this kind of news from Doug Ellin or Mark Wahlberg, it’s a great bit of news that the idea is still moving in the right direction. Catch the clip of Jeremy Piven on Late Night here:
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In an interview conducted by Extra, Mario Lopez get Adrian Grenier to give us his thoughts on an Entourage movie.
“What about a movie?” “Extra’s” Mario Lopez asks. “Would you be open to that?”
Grenier excitedly answers with a, “Yes! And go for the sequel too!”
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As the final season of Entourage continues toward its conclusion, more and more rumors are surfacing regarding the Entourage Movie possibilities. Rumors continue to surface, this time from the Huffington Post:
HBO series “Entourage” will go off the air in 2011.
The network said during the Television Critics’ Association press tour Saturday that “next summer will definitely be the final season” of “Entourage.”
The show’s eighth and final season is expected to be an abbreviated one, possibly even just six episodes long.
But it may not be the end of the series; like prior HBO hit series “Sex and the City,” “Entourage” may be heading for the big screen.
“[Series creator Doug Ellin] clearly wants to write a film but wants to do it if it makes sense for the story,” HBO programming president Michael Lombardo said. “We have a long-term relationship with Doug Ellin, and I’m sure you’ll soon see another series from him here.”
Possibilities continued to be discussed, keep and eye on EntourageMovie.net for more details.
LOS ANGELES (By Larry Carroll, Courtesy of http://www.mtv.com)— After nearly two decades of being “that guy” in so many of our favorite movies, there are few stars whose belated success is more deserved than Emmy winner Jeremy Piven. And when we caught up with the fast-mouthed funnyman on the set of his buddy Common’s next music video, he had two very big projects to tell us about.
“I’m gonna start a movie that Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are producing called ‘Don Ready,’ ” he said of his next flick, which will reunite Piven with his “Old School” co-star and the director of “Anchorman” and “Talladega Nights.”
“That’s an exclusive,” Piven added with a grin. “No one knows about that.”
Indeed, the movie is so secretive that nothing is known except that it’s a comedy, and Piven plans to shoot it before next spring’s impending film production strike. Since McKay and Ferrell are attached, it can be assumed that “Don Ready” will be a similarly surreal flick, and that Ferrell will step in front of the cameras for at least a cameo. “We’re going to start that soon,” Piven said. “I hope you’re ready for ‘Don Ready.’ ”
When asked to elaborate on his role, the “Smokin’ Aces” star insisted he’d already said more than he should. “I can’t tell you too much — I probably wasn’t supposed to tell you that,” he said, looking around as if he expected to see Ferrell on a rooftop with a sniper’s rifle. “Now they’ll probably take me and beat me — and I will take my lumps.”
Then again, Piven’s “Aces” co-star Common would certainly make an imposing bodyguard for the star. After spending so much time together on the movie, the rapper asked his fellow Chicago native to cameo in the clip for “Drivin’ Me Wild,” which they shot together in downtown L.A. on earlier this month.
Piven is a busy man these days with a Jamie Foxx Iraq war drama about to come out (” ‘The Kingdom’ will be out in September,” he said — check out the trailer right here), and the recently wrapped “RocknRolla” (“Guy Ritchie is back and better than before”) on its heels. Beyond that, Piven is continuing to explore the world of super-agent Ari Gold in HBO’s “Entourage,” and says that the show’s success has spawned recent talk of — wait for it, drama fans — a feature film.
“With ‘Entourage,’ we have the last three episodes coming up, and we’re gonna end with such a bang,” Piven said. “We were over shooting in Cannes and we’d do guerilla-style; we’d just take a camera and run. And because they’re used to so many cameras in Cannes, they wouldn’t think anything of it. So we’d get shots with hundreds of Parisian people walking past the frame — it’ll look big and lush. I’m really proud of this season.”
“Ultimately, it would be fun to make a movie,” Piven added, addressing the rumors by saying he’d be happy to follow the “Sex and the City” gals’ lead of taking things to the next level. “That would be fun — ‘Entourage: The Movie’ would be really fun.”
Look’s like there is a legitimate possibility of an Entourage movie to hit the big screen. Here is a quick interview with Mark Wahlberg hosted by MTV in which he discusses his intent on producing an Entourage Movie:
“I am more focused on making that movie than my own films,” Wahlberg said. “I just think we can make a great movie. I think people always wanted [it] and have complained that the episodes are too short — they’ve always wanted more. I think we’re going to do it.”
Keep on the look out of more news as the Entourage Movie gets put into production.